Charles Village Pub (CVP)
3107 St. Paul St.
Baltimore, Md. 21218
This is one of the best bars in Charles Village with a long-standing history of good service to boot. CVP is a favorite hangout among college students and locals, and has plenty of TVs to catch the games. The extensive menu delivers all of your typical bar foods, but also some originals including sandwich wraps and a diverse offering of clubs that give tribute to the nearby universities. On draft are many sports fans’ favorites, namely Yuengling, Sam Adams and Stella Artois, and there are several locally crafted brews such as Union Duckpin, Raven and Public Works Red Cent. An enjoyable place with lots of spirit, good food and drinks, as well as amiable company, makes CVP a top spot to enjoy the Winter Olympics.
520 Washington Blvd.
Baltimore, Md. 21230
Pickles Pub is a fun, popular sports bar that has developed a knack for capturing all of the excitement of sporting events to make guests feel as if they’re at the game. Open seven days a week and regularly hosting specials and happy hours, this bar is often packed. Luckily there are at least 30 HD televisions so no game time will be missed. Add in the fact that the bar may be filled with delicious aromas like Old Bay wings or fried pickles, and you have a winning combination for any game day.
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David’s 1st & 10 Sports Bar
3626 Falls Road
Baltimore, Md. 21211
For a casual, comfortable sports bar to watch the Olympics, David’s 1st & 10 in Hampden is a perfect pick. The bar offers delicious food and reasonably priced drinks without guests feeling overwhelmed by sports memorabilia. There are also plenty of televisions to watch the games no matter where you sit. Furthermore, the atmosphere and laid-back approach that this bar takes can make it an inviting destination for groups trying to accommodate a wide variety of tastes and backgrounds.
The All Stars Sports Bar
34 S. Eutaw St.
Baltimore, Md. 21201
Strategically placed television screens that can be seen from any seat in the bar is just one of the many perks of enjoying the Olympics at The All Stars Sports Bar. With surround sound so you don’t miss any announcements or athlete interviews, a projection screen for up-close-and-personal viewing, tasty food and cost-conscious drinks, there is a reminiscence of the coziness of home packed into this downtown bar. Another benefit is that the bar is family-friendly and invites parents to bring their kids to enjoy the games with them. If this wasn’t enough, there are a number of games you can play to keep you entertained in between commercials or that can act as the perfect distraction for the less-attentive sports fans.
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